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from california is jessica, and the adorable duo pictured in the photos, beau and theo. good morning to awful you. >> good morning. >> now, these images that we were just showing, which are adorable -- yes, good morning there baby. they are adorable. you started posting them on your instagram. explain how you would photograph these. would beau go to sleep first or what? >> yeah. beau generally -- i rock him to sleep during his nap time and he'll fall asleep and theo will come and wait at the end of the bed for beau to be put down and me to help him up on the bed. when he goes to sleep, then theo plops down on top of him. what's happening with your son and the dog right now? >> they're fighting like toddlers. >> you know what's funny, we're look at that now, they act like twins and brothers than dog and man. >> that's how they always act, which is interesting because twins are naturally drawn to each other, too. >> if you want to put one down, go ahead. >> okay. there you go. >> leave that one. put the other one down. i'm just kidding. can i point something out? >> we want theo. >> i
beau the bullets took out the front and rear window of their suv. >> time for today's look at who is talking. rapper kanye west not minuting words. image that when asked in a radio interview about his relationship with president obama. you might remember he called kanye a fool about the mtv video music awards. that was the year he interrupted taylor swift's acceptance speech. he now says he feels used by president obama. >> the president likes to use that type of thing. people was fine with me being everybody's punching bag for about five years. it's the person we love to hate. just say we hate can kanye. we often use that, too. that's how the world felt. but i think like i don't care if somebody is the president or not. i care about how you are helping people and what you bring to the world. that's lowering my priority and thinking at this point. >> this isn't the first time he has expressed disz conte-- kisdt with a president. he took a moment to insinuate george bush was a racist. >> george bush doesn't care about black people. please come. >> kanye also said his wife kim karda
beau coup money to charity to try to -- the greater good is served by having a law that is being mandated, all right? , imposed on the population clear number one and functional number two. and neither of those things are happening doctor. >> bill, you have to remember this law is not effecting the vast majority of the population. vast who get insurance from employer or government are not affected by this law. this is not a takeover. >> we don't know that yet. the law is only six weeks old. we don't know that yet. but the evidence rolling in is that the suffering being caused by the law is much more intense than the help it is going to give. all right you and i have a gentleman's disagreement on that. that's just what we have $400,000 taxpayer money given to you. you earned it. i'm sure that you spent a lot of time on this. but now you are being criticized for it that's. >> go ahead. i was technical consultant to the department of health and human services. basically i have a computer model that helps the administration and congress decide how to structure this law that computer
personally can alleviate it, i will. i give beau coup money to charity to try to -- the greater good is served by having a law that is being mandated, all right? , imposed on the population clear number one and functional number two. and neither of those things are happening doctor. >> bill, you have to remember this law is not effecting the vast majority of the population. vast who get insurance from employer or government are not affected by this law. this is not a takeover. >> we don't know that yet. the law is only six weeks old. we don't know that yet. but the evidence rolling in is that the suffering being caused by the law is much more intense than the help it is going to give. all right you and i have a gentleman's disagreement on that. that's just what we have $400,000 taxpayer money given to you. you earned it. i'm sure that you spent a lot of time on this. but now you are being criticized for it that's. >> go ahead. i was technical consultant to the department of health and human services. basically i have a computer model that helps the administration and congress decide
the cleveland clinic, the one that lost 3,000 jobs beau as of said in part of the president's healthcare law. what do you think of this, bad timing, i suspect? >> well, i mean, i guess how can you believe anything that this president says when it comes to healthcare. talking about healthcare, talking about jobs and the economy. he said if you like your plan, you he can keep it, deep your doctor, premiums will go down, you will save $2,500. he residence will be ready by october 1st. >> but can he keep this latest -- congressman, can he keep this latest promise? he is now saying you can keep it. i mean it this time. and now if you want a one are year extension you can have it. we talked to an industry executive who said, no, that ship has sailed. >> that's exactly right. the previous guy was exactly right, too. this has been done for political reasons. we had a hearing yes, neil, where the contractor who was examining the we wouldn't work. people administration knew it wouldn't work but launched it because october 1st they couldn't admit that republicans were right. they cooperate admit the am
and those are a lot of people taking jobs below their skill level, beau their pay grade -- below their pay grade. so what would you say is the, quote, real unemployment number? >> well, if you look at the measure of people unemployed or underemployed and out of the labor force without hope, you're looking at something that looks like 13.8%, very close to 14% of the population. it's a big number. patti ann: yeah. meanwhile, stock futures fell right after the report was released. the market's up right now. is there a suggestion, though, that investors will become concerned that the federal reserve is going to pull back on its stimulus efforts if the jobless numbers seem positive? >> i don't see any real hope of the fed pulling back quickly. the unemployment rate remains elevated, they've committed to not pulling back until unemployment comes down, and so investors are going to watch this month to month, and today's report went the wrong direction. they shouldn't be nervous about the fed tightening very quickly. patti ann: yeah. doug holtz-eakin, thank you as always for joining us. >> thank y
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